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AUSTIN, TX--(Marketwired - May 16, 2014) - Course Trends - As the new season begins, it's time to focus on making positive changes to your business. Now is the perfect time to prepare to capitalize on all available revenue channels as you work to make this golf season your best ever.

Contact CourseTrends today to grow your revenue through all your marketing channels!

And you can do that with the help of CourseTrends Online Marketing Solutions. Let CourseTrends be your one-stop shop for setting revenue records this season. Your course can succeed with the following channels: full online marketing, tee time reservations 24 hours a day, effective online booking and online tee time distribution to millions of golfers across the country.

Take a look at the information below:

Internet Marketing: CourseTrends full Internet marketing solutions provide your course with a web site, email blasts, social media, mobile sites and much more. Our experts work hard to create the online presence that specifically fits the needs of your course and your players.

Customer Success Story: The Mercer County Golf Courses, a CourseTrends customer based out of New Jersey, offered its customers a Black Friday sale through its online store provided by CourseTrends while at the same time promoting it using their CourseTrends Email Marketing Solution. The result was a revenue explosion to the tune of over $124,000 in just one day!

Phone Reservations: Our tee time reservation center can answer inquiries and bookings for your course 24 hours a day, seven days a week, freeing you to attend to the important customers in front of you in the clubhouse or pro shop. Our reservation agents will greet your callers with your course name and info before helping answer questions and book tee times.

Customer Success Story: During the month of April, Duncan Hills Golf Course in Savannah, Missouri used our tee time reservation center to book 527 rounds through 214 phone calls. That's huge.

Duncan Hills Golf Course
Savannah, Missouri

Booking Engine: CourseTrends can provide your site with an online booking engine that ranks among the best in the industry when it comes to converting traffic to sales. Our booking engine is proven to increase tee time sales and revenues at your course.

Customer Success Story: Alburg Golf Links, a Vermont-based course, offered a special throughout all of August with a booking engine provided by CourseTrends. The end result was $3,000 of revenue which would not have been possible without the online sales. 

Tee Time Distribution: Thanks to our partnership with The Golf18 Network, CourseTrends can help put your tee times in front of an online network that includes more than two million golfers.

Customer Success Story: Stoneybrook West Golf Club, a facility near Orlando in Winter Park, Florida, offered a sale through Golf18 Network and sold over $1,000 in twilight passes that they definitely would not have otherwise.

Contact CourseTrends today to grow your revenue through all your marketing channels!

So yes, we suggest you take the time to focus on capitalizing each and every one of your revenue channels now in order to make this season the best ever. Contact us today to make it a reality at your course.

To learn more about Course Trends, call us today @ (877) 231-0060, or read more here about Course Trends.

Contact:

Scot Forbis
(512) 236-0060
http://www.coursetrends.com

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